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  • 18 miles
  • 00:48 time
  • 2988 calories
  • 3 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    alright Jungle weather 8.5 km 00:48 09:05 pace

    Nothing too pacey on a(nother) stinky warm and humid morning. We broke the 'consecutive days over +40' yesterday, today's forecasted +37 will feel positively balmy.

    • Rosalinda

      Good on you for getting out there! Hope things cool off a bit soon.

      1 day ago Like1 person

    • Ivan T.
      Ivan T.

      I think it is easier to run on -20C then on +40C. You can put on layers of clothes and control your body temp. At +40 C there is no help.

      about 15 hours ago Like1 person

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      At +40, you put on layers to protect you from the sun :-) Well, I didn't run on +40 but 25 to 30 range with humidity to boot ... sucks. But then, maybe I'm just a bit spoilt. Millions of people run in those conditions every day just fine, acclimatised.

      about 14 hours ago Like

  2. RUN
    alright Steam room 11 km

    +26C and hazy humid when started (5.10am). Managed to get in 5K tempo but only at around 4:56. Best thing? Dip in the ocean afterwards! Aaaaaaah

  3. Shared Photo

    Yesterday was +40.5. This is what's coming up. Perfect ... if one is preparing for the Badwater Marathon in the Death Valley.

  4. RUN
    alright Bowl 8.7 km

    Our suburb is shaped like a bowl. So - I warmed up (not hard when it's +25C at 5.30am...) and ran up and down the sides of the bowl.

  5. RUN
    good L-shaped bastard 26.75 km 02:25 08:41 pace

    Started nice and spritely at mere +18C before the sun came up and started to do its Perth summer thing. Nicely toasted at 23K mark, I faced on old love/hate - the L-shaped 800m 7-8% gradient Stock ... read more

    • Symon

      Nice pace especially for that distance - thanks for accepting my friend request always keen to follow other Aussie runners here on DM.

      6 days ago Like1 person

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      Likewise. Cheers Symon and ... run well!

      6 days ago Like1 person

  6. RUN
    good Barefoot. No, really. 8 km

    Dragged myself to the oval after a late night, then just for a change took my plush oversized baby coffins off for about 5K and ran on the grass. Recommend it!

    • Rosalinda

      I love doing that. Just have to be careful of my achilles. How did yours hold up?

      8 days ago Like1 person

    • Ivan T.
      Ivan T.

      Nice. So you have an excellent running technique when able to run barefoot.

      8 days ago Like1 person

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      It's ...not bad. Worked hard on it, still working it. I couldn't run otherwise, I would be injured all the time.

      8 days ago Like

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      They seem to be OK Roz, good point though. Realised I might have overdone it a bit but all good. Phew!

      6 days ago Like

  7. RUN
    great Darren and dolphins 11.24 km 01:01 08:42 pace

    Leisurely cruise through Kings Park, city and along the river (yes, two dolphins) chatting away with a long-time running friend at our - first meeting! A run to treasure, wish I had Darren C. here ... read more

  8. RUN
    good Local yo-yo 10.75 km 01:01 09:04 pace


  9. Shared Photo

    I have the best and ugliest shoes! Huaka - a newbie in the Hoka family. Got a pair for less than half price in a closing down sale. Slight differences to Cliftons but a great shoe overall. Love my ... read more

    • Darren C.
      Darren C.

      Awesome. Love ugly shoes. I have a pair of merrells that look like a rainbow unicorn barfed all over them. :)

      13 days ago Like1 person

  10. RUN
    alright Considering ... 21.52 km 02:02 09:08 pace was 28.5C at 5.30am when I left (didn't get any cooler after), humid and windy, this wasn't such a bad hitout. Also ran without any fuelling (deliberately) before or during the run.... read more

    • Darren C.
      Darren C. Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      Alive and kicking! Super impressive run in harsh conditions. Please someone turn the air conditioner on over there because i'll be visiting Perth next week.

      13 days ago

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      You are!!!? We'll make sure we finally see each other my friend. I will send you my mobile, we'll tie it up somehow. Cheers.

      13 days ago Like1 person

  11. RUN
    good Soft grass 8.3 km 00:50 09:38 pace

    Just a very gentle lapper around the local oval, bit of TOF. Grass very nice on joints but takes just that little bit of effort on softer surface.

  12. RUN
    20' tempo 10.5 km

    3K warm up, 20 minutes tempo @4.54, 3K drag home. Warm (+23) and a bit windy, tempo still in the 50s

    • Darren C.
      Darren C.

      Nice tempo! Especially strong in the heat. It's amazing the difference 10-15 degrees can make.

      16 days ago Like1 person

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      Sure does. And I get heat-whacked really quickly, dramatic differences sometimes. At least I know ...

      15 days ago Like1 person

  13. Out of all places, I reconnect with my best friend from the army (25 years ago in former Yugoslavia) on ... Dailymile. Welcome Ivan T. , look forward to mutual teasing and support. Happy running!

    • Ivan T.
      Ivan T.

      Thank you Tomaz. First I have to test GPS and figure it out how to move all my running data from Nike app. Just to have it all on one place.

      17 days ago Like

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      Good idea. I'd imagine it all connects. I used to have my Garmin 'talk' to Dailymile seamlessly (I don't do it now, not one to get carried away by numbers).

      17 days ago Like

  14. RUN
    alright 50 min hills - 'Palmyra yo-yo' 10.9 km

    2K warm up then 50 minutes of random yo-yo around our hilly suburb. Muggy, jungle weather.

  15. RUN
    alright Leg check 20 km 01:56 09:17 pace

    Ran by exertion level (2/5) and cadence (171 - 175 range) alone, paused for a couple of stretch stops. Thought if I can't drop a halfie 11 weeks out of 50K I've nothing. All OK, legs got ... read more

  16. RUN
    15' tempo 12 km

    4 Steady/Easy - 15 min tempo - 4 Jog. 15' tempo @ 4.47 (just on verge of single breath). Hips slowly starting to twist, it will take a few runs to get them into the right range after the break.

  17. RUN
    good Back to warmth 10.09 km 00:56 08:57 pace

    First 'bread'n'butter' dawdle to Stirling bridge & back. Expectedly slow but better than I thought it'd be.

  18. And we're back ... again. A few lazy months with minimal maintenance, bit of knee trouble from cycling, a month in wintery Europe putting on a few kilos (it's cold there!) with a couple o... read more

  19. VELO
    Santos Great Bike Ride 94 km 03:24 17.2mph pace

    Did the full two laps (94K) this year, charity ride for homeless youth. Riding into a hot, stiff NE last 25km was a treat ... not. Feet are up, firmly so.

  20. This is the Beeliar wetland I ran through this morning, an important and fragile ecosystem teeming with native wildlife. It is under severe threat from the proposed freight freeway through it and o... read more